Hank Snow Home Town Museum is located in Region of Queens Municipality of Nova Scotia province. On the street of Bristol Avenue and street number is 148. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (888) 450-5525. You can get more information from their website.
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148 Bristol Ave, Liverpool, NS B0T 1K0, Canada
|Hours (Report Incorrect Data)|
|Monday:||9:30 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Tuesday:||9:30 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Wednesday:||9:30 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Thursday:||9:30 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Friday:||9:30 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Saturday:||10:30 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Sunday:||10:30 AM – 4:30 PM|
Very interesting place. We were well taken care of. Great service from our guide.
Perfect place for an overnight stop! Quiet and everything is close by, ie mcdonalds, tims, etc.
Took Archie to to the Hank Snow Tribute. We toured the museum seeing Hank's antique cars, all his album covers, history of his wife born in Nova Scotia and their only son, plus memorabilia like his many elaborate suit suits. Unfortunately, when we went through Lunenburg we were between tribute performances. But it was fun anyway.
If you love Hank Snow, or if you're into classic country western singers, or if you have Canadian music pride, or if you're into trains and old stations, or if you're interested in local celebrity and history then this is definitely the place for you to check out!!
2019 admission rates are very modest, $5 for adults $4 for seniors. personally, I suggest paying the admission and then giving them a donation as well. It's very difficult for Museum like this to stay open in today's economic climate.
the Hank Snow museum is located inside the old Liverpool Nova Scotia train station. The train station was decommissioned in the early 1980s. Because Hank Snow was from this area and because Hank Snow enjoyed the railroad and actually spent a lot of time hanging out in a local Railroad station, it was just super appropriate to have the museum in the station.
it's not a huge Museum but it is very thorough and it's not just Hank Snow, it also pays tribute to other Canadian country western singers. Very interesting, I actually didn't realize we had so many talented singers that came from this area of the world.
A very thorough depiction of Hank Snow's life and rise to fame and is personal life and a great collection of some of the outfits he wore and then a small room also devoted to the train station and some Railway history.
The curator was super friendly and really funny and she was a delight. So sorry not to have caught her name but she said she's been working there for 10 years and she was a lovely person to meet. Great gift shop as well, we were happy to drop some money there and support the museum :-)
my mom said: There are only three Canadians who have been inducted in the US Country Music Hall of Fame and they are Hank Snow, Anne Murray and Shania Twain. I could have googled that stuff for correctness but my mom is seldom incorrect about much so if she's wrong I am NOT going to be the one to tell her about it.
Back to the Museum - if you're a Country music fan (I am), if you're a Hank Snow fan (I am) and if you're a fan of Canadians from obscure places have international success and achievement (I am) then this is the place for you. Plus, you get to SIT in his CAR!!!!
O go on, you know you want to! :)